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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (Dec 26 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1590862600
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590862605
  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 13 x 3.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 181 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,610,074 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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By J on July 8 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This was the first book I read from the Buchanan series and, unlike some of the readers who were introduced to Noah and Jordan in previous books, I didn't have any history about these two characters which is why it may have been easier for me to find their characters and relationship believable. I agree their relationship did seem to develop at a fast pace but there are subtle hints throughout the book that they were attacted to each other for a long time, e.g. Noah can't look Jordan in the eyes whenever she's wearing her glasses because it turns him on, Noahs' boss suspects he's sweet on Jordan and plays matchmaker by telling him to stay in Texas with her when she gets into trouble, etc. I thought it was a fun read and found myself smiling at how cute Noah and Jordan were. I do wish the ending wasn't as rushed but, all in all, wasn't disappointed.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bernadette Anne M. de Castro on April 21 2007
Format: Hardcover
The one common theme among Julie Garwood's books is that you can expect the two major characters to end up happily together. When Jordan Buchanan was challenged by her older brother, Nick, and his partner, Noah Clayborne to live life instead of burying her nose in a book or computer, she stepped up to their challenge and into Noah's arms.

This book lacks the usual chemistry and witty conversations that Ms. Garwood's characters usually have. What was disappointing with this book was that there was more quick narration by the author than letting the characters interaction tell the story.

I've been waiting for a book to be written about Noah and was thrilled that he ended up with a Buchanan. But the characters lack development. I knew about Noah in other books he made appearances in that reading this book, which is a shame because this book is HIS story. The change in Noah from a fun-loving, carefree womanizer to a man who took his chance and slept with his partner's sister, was hastily developed and shown. His change to a one-woman man was tried to be showcased in two instances only but it was not convincing.

Jordan's point of view and character development in the story too lacked conviction and thrill usually found in other Garwood heroines. Her scenes with Noah are not romantic. And in some instances where something romantic could have happned, the scene just falls flat. Of all the Garwood heroines, she's the least romantic and thoughtful.

In this book, Ms. Garwood seemed to love the phrase: as if it was the most natural thing in the world. Unfortunately, this book seemed forced and hurried. It has got the most unromantic ending. What I find problematic in this book, and some of her previous ones, is that instance when the man proclaims his love.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Murphy on Feb. 12 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I discovered Julie Garwood's books years ago after I first read "The Wedding". I was hooked after the first two chapters. I've always looked forward to her historical romance novels and have enjoyed them for the good "beach reads" that they are. While none of her books that feature a modern day setting seem to match the romance and escapism of her historical novels, they haven't all been bad...until lately.

This story lacks the wit, passion and romance that most of her other books have had. There is only so much disbelief in the plot that a reader can suspend before it gets frustrating. But this isn't anything too new, the plots of Ms.Garwood's contemporary books have been uninspired for the last couple of books like Murder List and Slow Burn. If your looking for romance, read vintage Garwood like The Bride, The Secret, Ransom and, of course, The Wedding.
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By Trish D on Nov. 4 2011
Format: Hardcover
I'd had a hard time finding Shadow Dance in the hardcover version. My regular book outlets did not have it available for order. A friend suggested I try going through Amazon. I was not only able to purchase the book, but the service I received was timely and excellent. ThankyouShadow Dance: A Novel
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Format: Hardcover
This book is a romance and thriller at once. Add in some contemporary shake, and you've got Shadow Dance. I rather liked that the title is a play on Jordan's father's situation (bodyguards shadowing his every step) inadvertently happening to her when she finds the dead body of a historian she's met two days prior in the trunk of her car and her brother Nick and Noah Clayborne, two FBI agents, fly at her aid. Hence, being shadowed by bodyguards of sort. Then Nick has to leave, for matters unknown, and suddenly begins a dance of should-shouldn'ts with Noah even as they try to find the real murderer, who proves to be one heck of a surprise.

This is a great read, and I found it refreshing, witty and intelligent and less tedious than some of her previous works. The writing is fast-paced, which makes sense as this is a thriller as well, and Jordan and Noah's relationship does not bloom quite as suddenly as has been said. Re-reading through it, you'll find that Noah unknowingly had feelings WAY before they even began *cough* dancing. Anyway, hopefully we'll get to read more about Jordan and Noah and their treasure hunt!
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